Mothers love…even when it hurts

what can a Mother do

even if it means being misunderstood

what can a Mother do

but protect her child’s womanhood

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what can a Mother do

when she sees her child hurt

what can a Mother do

but try to provide her comfort

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what can a Mother do

but sacrifice her own joy for the safety of her child

what can a Mother do

even if it means her exile

what can a Mother do

even if she is reviled

what can a Mother do

but love her child

 

 

Mother and Child, 1939

Mother and Child, 1939 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

what can a Mother do

but love her child

 

12 thoughts on “Mothers love…even when it hurts

  1. Saunved says:

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  2. Mother’s love is eternal and has no match….genuine and true thoughts

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  3. shanesbookblog says:

    Mothers= the strongest creatures on the face of the earth!

    When god created mothers he created them from his own image, a perfect and incomparable leader, survivor, and warrior with a heart the size of mountains!

    I love this one!!!

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  4. tersiaburger says:

    A mother picks up pieces when her child is broken; loves unconditionally, today, tomorrow and forever! Beautiful poem.

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  5. yes…i was in the protecting mode yesterday — sometimes life can be so difficult…thank you for your words, Tersia…always you say the good things!

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  6. Mich Smith says:

    Mother’s love is the best need a child can get !! Love your poem!

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  7. Praveena says:

    mother’s love is unconditional..love your poem very much!!!

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    • yes…always, love must be unconditional to be love, ne c’est pas? oh…it is so painful to watch the struggle…tears…..thank YOU for visiting my blog…I am following your writing as well! thank you and have a love crystal day!

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